How to Get Pregnant with PCOS quickly
I wanted to write about how to get pregnant with PCOS quickly, because I know this is what my clients are searching for online. I know you didn’t find this article because you’re looking for a long term, exhaustive plan. You want something that will help you get pregnant with PCOS quickly!
I also know the drive to grow your family is unbearably strong and I know all my clients want to be pregnant yesterday.
Instead of doing catchy article about supplements or quick tips, I’m going to be really honest with you about what needs to happen in order for you get pregnant with PCOS quickly.
Step 1: You must address the root cause of your PCOS in order to get pregnant quickly.
Hormones don’t fall out of balance on their own.
Something triggers it. Find the trigger and fix it. This must be done first.
You may be thinking that you’ve already tried everything and nothing has worked.
This doesn’t mean nothing will work - it means there is more detective work to be done. You may not have answers yet, but the answers are out there.
You may also be thinking that getting to the root cause is going to take too long and you don’t have time.
The truth is - you don’t have time to not deal with the root cause first.
I’m writing this article because I know how awful it feels to be trying and trying and trying for years and not getting anywhere. But here is the honest truth; supplements are not fast forward button.
Supplements can give you a boost, yes.
They can help address the root cause once you know what it is.
Taking shortcuts is not going to get you pregnant any quicker.
Addressing the root cause is what will re-balance your hormones and bring your periods back.
And if you want to get pregnant with PCOS quickly, we’ve got to get you ovulating regularly!
Step 2: Understand the phases of your cycle so that you can recognize your fertile signs.
This is a must to get pregnant with PCOS quickly.
Many women with PCOS have very irregular cycles and can go months in between periods.
Having irregular cycles means you don’t ovulate as often.
This means that when you DO ovulate - it’s go time! You must be prepared to take advantage of that opportunity.
A common mistake many women make - even those who don’t have PCOS - is waiting too long to “try.”
Here’s the thing, you need to be trying before ovulation occurs.
If you wait until the day you ovulate or after, you’re not giving the sperm enough time to reach the finish line before the race is over. They need to be in position, waiting for the big moment.
It’s not always practical to be “trying” constantly, especially when your cycles are irregular.
Knowing and watching for your fertility signs will help you see when you’re about to ovulate so that you can be prepared.
If this is the first time you’re hearing about fertility signs - it is so not your fault!
I see one of the failings of our education is that we were never fully taught how our cycles work. We were taught how to prevent pregnancy, we were taught how to use pads and tampons, but that’s not helpful now that you’re an adult wanting to grow your family! There really needs to be a sex ed 102 that fully explains how your cycle works when you’re older and ready for the information.
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Conclusion: Do steps 1 and 2 in the right order to get pregnant with PCOS quickly
These two steps - address the root cause of your PCOS and recognize your fertile signs need to be done in that order.
When you have PCOS and you’re going 3 months, 6 months, a year, in between periods, you must take the time to balance your hormones and get your period back before you move to step 2.
I know my clients want to get pregnant as quickly as possible and sometime the idea of finding the root cause, addressing the root cause, getting your periods back, sounds like it’s going to take too long and so they skip it and look for something else. This is how you end up with a cabinet full of different nutrients and supplements and powders but no real momentum or change.
You are the captain of this ship. It’s your body, it’s your fertility, it’s your PCOS.
No one else can captain this ship as well as you can.
So if you need to get labs tested, find the doctors who will help you. If you need more information to understand a recommendation, find the articles, videos, and people who will help you.
The way to get pregnant with PCOS quickly, is to stop waiting for others and captain this ship yourself. You’ve got this!